Do You Know Who Built This House?

I did. And I checked the foundation, and it’s perfect. No cracks, not a single one, and do you know why? Because as a human being I carry all of my cracks. I’ve been listening to music for weeks now, which if you know me is fairly abnormal, I mostly keep my music to when I’m out walking, but yesterday I took myself out on … Continue reading Do You Know Who Built This House?

#CultLife: In Defense Of The Anti-#ChildBride/Husband Bill In #California, Introducing The Work of Global Hope 365

“I first stepped into the ring at 18 years old, and it had become one of the quietest places in the world for me. I found zen in the silence of that space.” – Dawn Tyree, Former Child Bride, Present Advocate and Freedom Fighter. I first stepped into the ring when i was 23. Some say Black women have it harder, than white counterparts, but the … Continue reading #CultLife: In Defense Of The Anti-#ChildBride/Husband Bill In #California, Introducing The Work of Global Hope 365

#WritingCommunity Write What You Know, But How?

The first thing I’d suggest – is never look back at years of your own failures to learn how to do shit better, not because it doesn’t work, but because it’ll drive you crazy. Each and every one of us who claims that we want to be writers, never ever, stop to think about what that means, and this is the part where it gets … Continue reading #WritingCommunity Write What You Know, But How?

Uncomfortable II: Fundamental Foundations for #MentalHealth #ContentCreator(s) Is Now On Sale

This is the softest book publishing ever because I didn’t fully know I was going to publish it when I did. I planned to wait on it a few more weeks, but I ALSO know if I had done that, I’d never publish the fucking thing. This is Uncomfortable II: Fundamental Foundations for Mental Health Content Creators. This was a labour of absolute humility because … Continue reading Uncomfortable II: Fundamental Foundations for #MentalHealth #ContentCreator(s) Is Now On Sale

Let’s Talk About How Important Sex Workers Are To Victims of Sexual, Domestic, and Societal Violence

For centuries in the past, women who were known to be sex workers spent their entire lives looking for a sponsor. Almost always, but not entirely always, a man, who would provide for them by paying their rent, buying their clothes, their food and their wine in exchange for conversation, time, and more often than not, sex. Over the centuries the idea of selling sex … Continue reading Let’s Talk About How Important Sex Workers Are To Victims of Sexual, Domestic, and Societal Violence